(COUNCIL BLUFFS) A Mills County man was sentenced to 135 months in prison on drug charges.
The U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Southern District of Iowa says 40 year old Adam Michael Blackman was sentenced Thursday for Manufacturing Methamphetamine. In addition to the 135 months in prison, Blackman was ordered to serve eight years of supervised release following incarceration.
Blackman pled guilty on January 9th to a charge of manufacturing at least five grams of Methamphetamine in Hamburg. On May 1st, 2012, The Fremont County Sheriff’s Office located an active methamphetamine manufacturing operation in an apartment building in Hamburg. Blackman was found with several other people at the location of the operation. Blackman admitted to manufacturing methamphetamine to the Fremont County Sheriff’s Office investigators.
The investigation was conducted by the Fremont County Sheriff’s Office, Mills County Sheriff’s Office, Iowa State Patrol and the Division of Narcotics Enforcement.